*Members willing to carry out attacks in Pakistan, Afghanistan. ROME, April 24- Italian police were arresting 18 people on Friday suspected of belonging to an armed group linked to al Qaeda who were plotting attacks on the Vatican as well as in Pakistan and Afghanistan. In the tapped conversations, the suspects discuss "a big jihad in Italy," added Mario Carta, head of...» Read More
WASHINGTON, March 13- China has effectively put a hold on a draft counter-terrorism law that would require technology firms to hand over sensitive information to government officials, a senior U.S. official said. Tensions over cybersecurity and technology policy are a major irritant in U.S.- China relations and President Barack Obama said in an interview...
WASHINGTON, March 13- Social media and other technology are making it increasingly difficult to combat militants who are using such modern resources to share information and conduct operations, the head of the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency said on Friday. "New technologies can help groups like ISIL coordinate operations, attract new recruits, disseminate...
The US appears to be seeking constructive engagement with Sudan but it should be intensifying pressure on the government instead, says David Phillips.
The terrorist group "Islamic State" has rarely been out of the headlines but could financial pressures undermine its ambitions -- and existence?
The fall in oil and gas prices and the rise of extremism are increasing risks across the globe in 2015. Here's what you should know.
Recently, ISIS has been dealing with financial hardships—here's how it is dealing with it, the Financial Times reports.
The US needs to stop tiptoeing around religious sensitivity when it comes to terrorist acts in the name of Islam, says David Phillips.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports on how IBM plans to win back investors, the latest ISIS terrorist acts and Amazon's new Senior Vice President for Worldwide Corporate Affairs.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports authorities have identified ISIS executioner Jihadi John, Standard Chartered has a new CEO, and Barnes and Noble is set to spin-off its college book unit.
Three men living in Brooklyn were allegedly plotting to join ISIS overseas, reports WNBC-TV Jonathan Dienst. Two of the men did have plane tickets before being arrested.
The West has failed to come up with a clear strategy to deal with ISIS, argues Ron Wahid, CEO of Arcanum Global Intelligence.
Discussing a terror threat against America's malls and its impact on security and consumers, with Michael Kerchevel, International Council of Shopping Centers president & CEO.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on terror threats against American malls.
Store managers say crowds at the Mall of America are about normal, despite a terror threat on American shopping malls, reports NBC's John Yang.
A video purported to be by Somalia's rebel group al-Shabab urged Muslims to attack shopping malls in the U.S. and other Western countries.
Terror in Copenhagen and Paris has renewed an old debate: should free speech countries adopt or strengthen blasphemy laws?
"Meet the Press" moderator Chuck Todd discusses the economics of terror groups like ISIS.
ISIS operations in Libya are making headlines and inciting pronouncements from European officials, but the size of its reach is unclear.
Georgia Sen. Johnny Isakson (R), makes the strong case for going after ISIS immediately, and the costs to the economy and the country if nothing is done.
WASHINGTON, Feb 19- France's chief internal security official is traveling to California's Silicon Valley to discuss his government's concerns about violent jihadist social media messaging with leading tech and Internet companies. French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve told a Washington news conference on Thursday that "all the Internet...